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Tuesday, 23 November 1965

Mr HASLUCK (CURTIN, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) (Minister for External Affairs) - I have nothing I can usefully say to the House at this moment additional to what has been published in the newspapers. The Australian Government, like the United States Government, is always deeply interested in any prospect of settling the unfortunate affair in Vietnam. But at the same time, one has to be careful that a settlement does not mean a total and complete surrender to aggression and a handing over to the aggressor.

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